It just hit me: people have been asking for multi-user support in iOS practically since day one. It started slowly with the iPhone, then hockey sticked with the iPad.

But the Apple TV—which runs a specialized version of iOS—will be the first to get multi-user support. There’s an irony in that somewhere.


@chartier technically iOS has it already but its really just in use for classrooms. And iirc it uses APFS snapshots to restore users states. Heck that’s how the Apple TV could be working also, but we won’t know for sure until someone reverse engineers tvOS or asks Apple how they are doing it

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